The Resource Quebec Sovereignty Referendum Study, 1995

Quebec Sovereignty Referendum Study, 1995

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Quebec Sovereignty Referendum Study, 1995
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Quebec Sovereignty Referendum Study, 1995
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This study, which was part of the "Can Mature Democracies Fail?" project, looked at public opinion regarding issues related to the Quebec Sovereignty Referendum held October 30, 1995. The sample consisted of adults aged 18 and over from Quebec and the rest of Canada (ROC). Survey interviews were conducted two weeks prior to the referendum and two weeks immediately after the referendum. Two versions of the survey instrument were administered: one for respondents from Quebec and one for the rest of Canada. Respondents were also asked to complete a mail-back survey, which was available in both French and English. Areas of investigation focused on political affiliation, voting behavior, interest in politics, and opinions regarding political parties, party leaders, the Canadian government, the provincial government, democracy, federal politics, a sovereign Quebec, and constitutional options. Demographic variables include age, gender, household size, occupation, education, and ethnicity
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  • Clarke, Harold D
  • Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research [distributor]
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Kornberg, Allan
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Quebec Sovereignty Referendum Study, 1995
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  • 1995-10-30
  • 3726
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ICPSR03726.v1
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Quebec Sovereignty Referendum Study, 1995
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  • 1995-10-30
  • 3726
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ICPSR03726.v1
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Access restricted to subscribing institutions

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